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on the phone to try to figure out how to download this thing. >>> and fully charged. david blaine is at it again, the man who's been buried alive and encased in ice is now playing with electricity. our reporter actually got close enough to talk to him. >> are you okay? >>> we're all looking at that david blaine video for the first time. there has to be an easier way to make a living. >> i don't know. this guy just gets bored too easily, i think. >> we were driving by him on the highway, my wife and i, in a taxi, and her question was, how does he go to the bathroom if he's up there for 72 hours? >> we have an answer so you want to stay tuned. everyone loves him in new york and across the country. >>> also this morning, the unsolved mystery in colorado, the massive search for a 10-year-old who vanished on her way to school, and police are now contending with a lack of clues, cold weather and the ticking clock. >>> it's 30 days until the election day, and the obama campaign has just released a staggering fund raising number. george stephanopoulos is here to talk about who has more mo
'll hear from david blaine on how he plans to survive this death-de death-defying display. look at that. it reminds you of the gift in the novelty shop where you touch the ball and the zap comes to your finger. >> yeah. and the people tuned in on line can actually control the intensity. >> that's a big gamble, mr. blaine. >>> but first new details on the growing outbreak of a rare form of meningitis link to tainted steroids. >> 27 more people have gotten sick over the last two days. that brings the total cases to 91. seven people have died so far. with the latest developments, here's abc's mark greenblat. >> the pharmacy at the center of the meningitis outbreak announced a voluntary recall of every product it makes, saying this action is being taken out of an abundance of caution due to the potential risk of contamination. >> i'm scared. >> the number of meningitis patients jumping from 64 to 91 confirmed cases in nine states with seven confirmed deaths. the outbreak began with a contaminated shipment of drugs from a new england compounding center. that drug injected into the spine for
seeker is at it again in new york city. david blaine is spending three days in the middle of a million volts of electricity. the only thing reflecting that is a chain-built body suit. >> blaine fascination with electricity, as well as a human plasma ball. this is interactive. fans can control the amounts of electricity zapping him with the touch. >> i hope he doesn't have any enemies or disgruntled ex-wives out there. are you kidding me. >> from the free fall to the electricity. we're getting. >> reporter: boring. >> we've been boring a lot so -- man. >>> well, the old ball and chain may not be bad after all in. looks like hauling around your better half can pay off. >> couples all over gathered in maine for the annual wife-carrying championship over the weekend. >> can you do that? like a piggyback ride. >> i respect that. they don't have to be actually husband and wife to do this thing. the team can be, you know, friends or whatever. but they did have to skillfully navigate a tricky course. a three-foot hurdle and a pond called the widow maker. >> they won the wife's weight in beer,
and recruit members. >> ama: david blaine goes for the shock factor with his latest stunt. his one in a million high voltage effort. >>> a heartbroken dog makes an amazing journey. the adventures of zander who would let nothing get in the way of being by his owner's side. >> there is a little rain in the forecast. leigh glaser >> ama: a theater company that started in a storefront is celebrating with a bold move. the san francisco playhouse is moving to a bigger theater and opening with a controversial musical next week. don sanchez gives us a preview. >> rehearsal of bloody, bloody andrew jackson, remembering the seventh president as a rock star. performing as construction goes on around him. >> we built the stage over the first six rows. >> phil english and suzie are created an intimate space with 200 seats. double what they first had. >> when we started, basically standing in union square, he would stand there handing out fliers and some of our subscribe ers are still here. >> the shows have a special connection to the audience. >> we make traditional theater edgy and we make ed
. hollywood fantasy made real. no wonder we're all transfixed. harry houdini, evel knievel, david blaine, showmen all, but what separates daredevils from mere stunt men may be the backdrop. the tightrope walker perched over niagara falls is as compelling in 2012 as it was in 1876 or a man-made wonder, a bridge or a building or a pair of buildings. philippe petit, the "man on a wire," whose flight of fancy is all the more poignant because that wonder is gone. like petit, felix baumgartner spent years planning this jump just as others are now planning what may be the next great frontier, a journey to the center of the earth, jules verne for real to study the origins of life. less than a century ago, pilots were daredevils. >> lindbergh and "the spirit of st. louis." >> reporter: charles lind berg and amelia earhart pushing boundaries that now we take for granted. without neal armstrong, there'd be no felix baumgartner. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: of course, baumgartner's giant leap didn't defy gravity. he submitted to gravity all the way down.
transfixed. harry houdini, evel knievel, david blaine, showmen all, but what separated daredevils from mere stuntmen may be the backdrop. the tightrope walker perched over niagara falls is as compelling in 2012 as it was in 1876, where a manmade wonder, a bridge, or a building. or a pair of buildings. felipe petite, the man on the wire whose flight of fancy is all the more poignant because that wonder's gone. like petite, felix baumgartner spent years planning the jump, just as others are now planning what may be the next great frontier. a journey to the center of the earth, jules verne for real. to study the origins of life. less than a century ago, pilots were daredevils. charles lyndberg and amelia earhart pushing boundaries that now we take for granted. >> down 2 1/2. without neil armstrong there would be no felix baumgartner. >> one small step for man -- one giant leap for man kind. >> reporter: baumgartner's giant leap didn't defy gravity he submitted to gravity all the way down. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> it's nothing quite as death-defying as working this show. when i t
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